Travels with a Gourmet

a food lover's travels, memorable meals, culinary trials and gastronomic experiences

Having masitas (petits-fours), facturas (croissants and pastries) and sandwiches de miga (crust less white-bread sandwiches) for tea or for any other occasion is a must in Buenos Aires and each one has their own favorite Confiteria or Panaderia. La Exposicion on Juncal corner Libertad is located at the busy intersection called cinco esquinas used to …

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Selection of fish and shellfish at the Mercado Municipal in Marbella After almost three years of living her, I’m ashamed to admit that I had never been to Marbella’s main market, the Mercado Municipal, so when the opportunity to go on a mini-tour with Victor Taborda, the chef of La Veranda by Martin Berasategui, I …

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Bright and early on Friday morning, we set off for Covent Garden to have breakfast at Carluccio’s before cabbing it London’s Borough Market. We had been to Borough Market in December when we were last in London but it was a quick tour as it was too cold to linger and there were fewer food …

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